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TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1881
Raleigh News and (JbserVeri A lady,
all the way from Jackson, Michigan, is
in the cityfto inspect the silkworm co
coonery of Mr. E. Fasnach.
A negro woman in Onslow county is
said to be seven feet two inches in
A number of new cottages are being
built in various parts of the city.
A negro mman, a convict from
Mecklenburg county, was yesterday le
leased from the penitentiary, her term
of two years, for larceny, having ex
pired. We learn that a party is' here with
$25,000 to put into a cotton factory,
provided the capital stock can be
brought up to $100,000.
Montgomery Star: We visited yes
terday Mr. John Campbell, the oldest
man in our vicinity, being one hundred
years old this last March. Mr. Camp
bell has never been an able-bodied man
but by being temperate in every sense
of the word has reached this serene old
age. He has several front teeth yet.
Has no pain, and our opinion is he will
literally wear out before he dies. He
is very small now, not weighing more
than sixty or seventy pounds.
Newton Enterprise : Died, in New
ton, or Thursday, Mrs. Elam Curry.
Curry with her husband, moved to
Newton a little less than a year ago,
and has been in bad health all the time
since she came to this place. She leaves
a husband and several small children
to mourn her loss.
Asheville Citizen : As nearly as can
be ascertained the losses by the fire
Monday night are as follows: Building
owned by G. W. Thomas, Jr., of Rich
mond, Va., loss about $1,000; no insur
ance. Mr. J. H. Carter, in same build
ing, prize room, loss on tobacco and fix
tures, not determined, part being re
moved, but fully covered by insurance.
Will France, in same, loss on tobacco
about $100; no insurance.
A. L. Ogburn, in same building, rep
resenting the Fatapsco Guano Company
of Baltimore, Allison & Addison, of
Kichmond, and the bea Fowl Guano
Co., loss on fertilizers. $4,000; no in
Farmers' Warehouse, Howard & Bar
nard, injury to building and stock in
prize room, loss about $400; covered by
JNewbern JSut Shell: One or our
truck farmers says if the cold weather
does not hurt his crop, he will make
$7,000 on his pease this season. Last
year nearly all our truck farmers lost
money on pease. This year every one
will make "big money. After al
truck farming is a game of chance. We
learn the secret 01 success this year is
because the Charleston crop has already
been consumed by the northern pur
chasers, while the Norfolk crop was
killed by cold, and the North Carolina
crop has just been put on the market.
Is He a Fraud!
Greenville (3. C.) News.
Some time siuce when George Bushy-
head, the Indian chief who represented
himself as a Baptist preacher traveling
through the State tor the purpose of
aiding the Cherokee tribe in the west
ern part of North Carolina, was in this
city, Samuel Hallias, a Cherokee Indian,
who is now m the employ of Utheer
Ligon, wrote a lettt r to his people, in
which he made inquiry in reference to
Bushyhead. He has recently received
a reply written in the Cherokee lan
guage by Louis II. Smith, who is one of
the prominent men in the tribe, which
goes to snow tnat tnese people are uy
no means in "a destitute condition,
and that they are perfectly able to take
care of themselves. Hallias states that
he knows Bushyhead very well and
that during his (Hallias') connection
with the tribe, about four years ago,
Bushyhead not only never had the repu
tation of being a minister of any sort,
but that he never addressed a woH to
the tribe in his life in reference t 'li
gion. Hallias says that iushyh p-
phes all that he collects
and that on returning
one of his tours he si
do nothing, living c
collected. Hallias a' ..Lei
head was at one tin :onfi n
Swaim county. N. j., o -of
having two wives, and t.. c n one
of the tribe went his bond he left that
section and his bondsmen had to pay up.
The letter from Smith was read to a
representative of the Daily News by
Hallias and seems to be genuine. It is
dated from Robbinsville, Graham coun
ty, if. C, and addressed to "Samuel Hal
lias, (Indian)." Hallias avers positively
that his tribe is in a very good condi
tion, and says his father, who lives with
the tribe, is the owner of a mill and
quite a large tract of land.
Jesse James as a Political Issue.
New York Herald.
There will be an election in Missouri
in the rail, ana it the present excite
ment in that State over the death of
Jesse James continues it is not impro
bable that he will in one way or an
other become the leading issue of the
campaign. The "organs on both sides
have, in tact, taKen mm up already.
One get of so-called newspapers the
Republican stoutly maintain that
James was a Democrat in politics, and
that therefore every .Democrat in Mis
souri must be a train robber and ahorse
thief. The Democratic journals, which
edit the country printing, meekly and
contritely admit that the dead robber
belonged to their political communion,
but plead in extenuation that James,
with praiseworthy regard ior tne it
teenth amendment to the constitution,
made no distinction on account .of race,
color or previous condition of servitude
when he oolitelv demanded the watches
and small change or nia victims, xnese
denials, however, count for nothing
with the other side, which stands by
the theory that the Democratic party of
Missouri maintained a gang or murder
ers and thieves to rob and kill off the
aDDOsition. The Republican party of
that State seems to oe Denma tne times
In nearly every other part of the Union
the party is thoroughly equipped in
tn'S respect, it na Mimuyt wuuwioriAr
ble Jesse Jameses from Florida to
Maine particularly in Maine, as wit
ness the Shipherd investigation to do
a stroke of business on public and pri
Raleigh News and Observer.
Col. W. E. Anderson inform us that
Mr. B. F. Rogers, of New Vorjs, a warm
friend of the Oxford orphan asylum,
tells him that he has collected in that
city and sent to the asylum the follow
ing sums : iTom E. S. ,1 affray, $100.00 ;
from Bates, Reed & Cooley, $50.00;
fromTefft, Weller & Co., $25.0), making
in all $175.00. This is a very graceful
act and Mr. Rogers could find no more
appropriate way in which to express his
intereflt in tne weiiare ot tnat noble
charity, the orphan asylum. His kind
deed will be treasured in many memo
ries. The need of funds by the asylum
is always pressing, and such aid i?
always received with grateful apprecia
tion. eotUe the Invalid
A few drqps of S0Z0DOSIT jaixed wllh water,
and placed In the mouth of tbe lorajld, will re
fresh him. It aromatizes what else would be dpy
and uncomfortable, and gives Infinite pleasure,
and Incites appetite. No nurse should neglect
The Smith bill for closing drinking
saloons on Sunday has passed the Ohio
The statement that the King of Wur-
temburg had embraced the Roman
Catholic faith is denied,
Engineers are now at work locating
the route of a new railroad from Jack
sonville to Tallahassee, which is to be
built by Hamilton Disston and the Gor
don syndicate of Alabama and Georgia.
Mr. Parnell has informed the Paris
newspapers that he must decline all
interviews, as parole forbids him to
talk on political subjects.
The Democratic commissioners
throughout Delaware have been sum
moned to appear before the county
courts to show cause for their refusal
to place certain Republicans on the as
The bill legalizing marriage "with a
deceased wife's sister passed the upper
branch of the Dominion Parliament
Saturday by a vote of 34 to 11.
James M. Reeder, of AUentown, Pa.,
has been sentenced to one year's im-
Erisonment for embezzlement from the
,ehigh Valley railroad company.
The Franklin county (Ohio) grand
jury has indicted Representative Wm.
Block, of Cleveland, and W. A.Wright,
of Hocking, charged with accepting
bribes from canal lobbyists, and J. D.
Watson, of Cincinnati, for bribery. All
three are in the county jail.
The Mexican government has closed
a contract subsidizing a line of steam
ships between Vera Cruz and Liver
pool. The government reserves the
right to regulate the freight and pas
senger rates, and is to give a subsidy of
$2,000 for each round trip for thirty
The Connecticut House of Represent
atives Saturday passed resolutions re
questing President Arthur to pardon
Sergeant Mason and restore him to the
army; also a resolution calling upon
Congress to take action for the relief
of American citizens imprisoned in
Ireland as "suspects."
Robert J. Rummels and Maurice A-
Schwab have been arrested in New
York, charged with obtaining money
from Miss Helen M. Lewis, of Charles
ton, S. C, and the daughter of Minnie
Cummings, the actress, on the pretense
of engaging them in the Daniel Rochat
The correspondent of the Vienna
Presse at St. Petersburg says: "A prom
inent personage will soon proceed to
Berlin and Vienna, as a confidential
representative of the Czar, to convey
most distinct assurances of Russia's
The solicitor of Dr. Lamson, in for
warding to Sir Wm. Harcourt, homej
secretary, the afhdavits he has so far
received from the United States in re
lation to Lamson's case, points out the
fact that much testimony from Ameri
ca cannot be received by the 18th inst.,
and he therefore asks for a further re
spite. Thomas Robins, ex-president of the
Philadelphia Bank, died in that city
Thursday evening, aged 85 years. He
was born in Maryland in 1797, and was
a son of lion. Edward Robinss six gen
erations removed from Col. Obedience
Robins, of Burghley, Northampton,
England, who came to America in 1G21.
He was one of t he assignees of the
United States Bank which, tigim-d con
spicuously during the administration of
Victor Hugo's Joyous Faith.
" I feel in myself the future life. 1
am a forest which has been more than
once cut down. The new shoots are
stronger and livelier than ever. I am
rising, 1 know, toward the sky. The
sunshine is on my head. The earth
gives its generous sap, but heaven lights
me with the rellection of unknown
worlds. You say the soul is nothing
but the resultant of bodily powers, Why,
then, is my soul the more luminous
when my bodily powers begin to fail?
Winter is on my head and eternal spring
is in my heart. Then I breathe at hour
Se fragrance of lilacs, the violets snd
.he roses as at twenty years. The near
er I approach the end, the plainer I hear
around me the immortal symphonies of
the worlds which invite me. It is mar
velous yet simple. It is a fairy tale and
it is history. For half a century I have
been writing my thoughts in prose, verse
history, philosophy, drama, romance,
tradition, satire, ode, song I have tried
all . But I feel that I have not said the
thousadth part of what is in me. When
I go down to the grave I can say like so
many others, 'I have finished my day's
work;' but I cannot say 'I have finished
my life.' My day's work will begin next
morning. The tomb is not a blind alley ;
it is a thoroughfare. It closes in the
twilight to open in the dawn. I improve
every hour, because I love this world as
my fartherland, because the truth com
pels me, as it compelled Voltaire, that
human divinity. My work is only be
ginning. My monument is hardly above
its foundation. I would be glad to see
it mounting and mounting forever, The
thirst for the infinite proves infinity."
Perplexities of a Texas Editor.
Our senior has been away part of last
week and all of this in attendancaupon
the Supreme Court, at Austin, but we
have not been without helpers and ad
visers. In fact, we have had more
proffers of help than we knew how to
accept ; consequently have had to put
in a few exceptions. Four separate, dis
tinct and individual parties, who never
attempted to run a paper, but who
knew exactly how it is done, dropped
in to tell us how to attend to our own
affairs, three offered to write editorials
for us, and two have submitted original
essays, n)a entitled "Beauties of the
German Language.5' We gave if a care
ful reading, ana must admit that it
was all Dutch to us. The other was
under the head "Human Follies." We
did not read it. but informed our friend
that it was the height of human folly
for a country paper to attempt to pub
lish articles more than three columns
long, and then expect to have space for
other amusing and interesting matter,
suGh as the delinquent tax list, publish
ed in this issue. Jjast, but not least,
our poetipal ffiend called wjth a poem
on "Spring' in' which the birds' arid
flowers were so mixed up arid inter
woven that it pulled our "devil" for
fifteen minutes to tell which were the
birds and which the flowers. Oh, it was
regular graveyard poetry, and would
have brought tears to the eyes of our
cast iron fire-dogs, if we had not over
whelmed them with a basket of Con
gressional Records. We have not as
yet had a germon, but expept our fun
eral will be preached when this meets
the eye of our poet.
A Large Tree.
Mr. Solomon Shrum says lie had a
large poplar cut on his plantation last
week that was 125 feet high 82 feet, of
which was good for lumber. It made
?even saw logs without a knot, except
he last twelve feet, which only had two
knots. The tree wai nearly twelve feet
in circumference and three and a half
in diameter and made 2250 feet of good
Thousands of women hare been entirely eured
pf tne most stubborn cases of lemale weakness by
tne use ol Lytfla S. Plnkham's Vegetable Com
pound. Send to Mrs. fcydla K. Pinkham, 233
Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets.
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but never enough until its own rapacity devours
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Cures Nervous Dyspepsia. Palpitation of the Heart,
Asthma. Bronchitis, Scrofula. Syphilis, diseases
of the Kidneys and all diseases of tbe Urinary Or
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impait tone and energy to the who:e -ystem.
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dumb but It cured ht-r.
hear as weil as anybody.
cbe uasi alo r?eaf and
She can now mik and
Snringvvau-r, 'S !s.
SA.ll UU I'A !EItVI.E
Ha-i beer, the means i f curing my wife of rhei.nia
tism. J. B. Fletcher, Fort Collins, Col.
Made a sure cure of a cise of fits for hit son.
Z B. Balis, HaltsviUe, Kan.
Cured me of vertigo, neuralgia and sick headache.
lihs. Wm. bENSoN, Aurora, 111.
SA..TI VIIITAN EKVIE
Was the means of cuMnR my wife of spa-ms.
Kkv. J. A. i.LiK, Beaver, Pa.
Cured me of a?tlnna,
with other doctors.
pttr spending over S3. 000
New Albany, Ind.
SAMAIII t AN rEUVrINE
Effectually cured me of spasms.
Miss Jbnnie Warrkn,
7-10 We.i Van Buren street, Chicago, III.
Cured our child of fits after given up to die by our
family pbycieian. it having over 100 In 24 hours
Hinky Knee, Vervilla, Warren county, Term.
me of scrofula after suffering for eight
ALBEhT Simpson, Peoria, 111.
Cured my son of fits, after spending 82.400 with
other doctors. J. W. Thornton claiborn, Miss.
Cured me permanently
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Kev. Wm. Martin,
Cured my son of fits,
having had 2,500 In
MKS. E. JfOBES,
West Portsdam, N. T.
C ;red me of epilepsy ol nine years' standing.
Miss Orleka Marshall.
Granby, Newton county, Mo.
cured me of epilepsy of many
Jacob grjTER,5t. Joseph, Mo.
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Cured me of fits
Have been we'l for over four
Charles E. Curtis,
Osakis, Douglas county, Minn.
s? . MAUI TAN NERVINE
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The following Schedules are Cor
rected by the Railroad Officials, and
may be Relied on as Correct :
North Carolina Raiiroad!
TRAINS GOING EAST.
Date, February 19th, 1882.
Leave Charlotte, . .
" Salisbury, ..
" High Point,.
3 6ft a in
551 a m
7.20 a m
8 OO a m
8.25 a m
o 5u p 111
8.51 p m
10.44 p m
11.20 p m
Arrive Hillsboro II l'.04 a m
Arrive Raleigh, . .
Leave Haleigh... .
1.40 p m
4 20 pm
Daily except Saturday,
Leave Greensboro.. .8 00 p m
Arrive at RaMeh,. . ..3.04 a m
Arrive at Goiesboro,..8.00 a m
TNi?,519,onDects at Greensboro' with R&D.
K. R. for all points North, East and West, via Dan
vllle. At Goldsboro with W. & W tt it for Wil
mington. No. 53-Connects at Salisbury with W. N. C R.
R. for all points m Western North Carolina; daily
at Greensboro with R. & d. h H. for a,l points
North, East and West
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Date, February 19th, 1882
Leave Goldsboro,. .
Arrive High Point,.
Arrive Salisbury,. .
Arrive C e,...
5 23 p m
6 07 pm
9.48 p m
1 1.03 pm
1 2 50 a
7 25 a m
Daily except Sunday,
Leave Goldsboro... 2 50 p m
Arrive at Raleig h, . . 7 . 1 0 p m
Leave Raleigh 5. 00 a m
Arrive Greensboro, 2.20 p m
No. 50 -Connects at Charlotte with A. & C. Air
Line for all noints in the smith uni i.,,,i,
cnl0- C- & A- R- R' for aH Points South and
t . , -vuijriecis at unarlotte with A. C Air
t P0.1' South and Southwest; at Char
L"?witllC" c- & A- R- K- tor all Points bouth and
V'rt c n ,
W. IV. C. KAIL ROAD.
NO. 50 Daily.
wenvo uiotijisuuiu li VM n m
Ai.i.oM ucisYuic lUJiri pm
w.d Dojcm 11.20 pm
NO. 52 Daily, except Sunday.
Ad ive Kernersvllle "941am
Arrive Salem. 10.15am
NO. 51 Daily, except Sunday.
T TTCk Qnlnm
arrive Kernersvi le 5 50 a m
Arrive Greensboro " Y.Oi) a m
NO. 5.1 Daily.
Leave Salem... li.OOpm
Arrivj Kernersviile H 40 p m
Arrive Greensboro 8 00 p m
STATE UNIVERSITY RAILROAD.
GOING NORTH. aUy
Leave Chapel Hill, 7 30 a m
Arrive University 8.20 a m
Arrive Ha eigh 10 15 a m
GOIXG SOUTH. 'l0ai2y'
. !ex. Sunday.
Leave RaMah, , 3 a0 p in
Arrive University ic)i5nni
Arrive Chapel Hill, ; tll5 r m
Pullman Sleeping Cars Witbont Change
On Train No. 50. New York and A'lanta via Wash
ington and D.-.nville, ana between Greensboro and
On Train No. 52, Kichmond and Cha:IU e a-.d
Washington and 'harlot e la Danville.
Through Tickets on sale at Greensboro',
Raleigh, io!dsboro'. Salisbury ;i:id Chanottp and
all piincipal points South Southwest. West, North
and East F- r Kmigrant itates to Louisiana. Tex
as. Arkansas and the Southwest, address
JenerM Passenger Agent
'''' Hichr.ioi.d. Va.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R. R.
rf On and a, er March 5th. 182, the passen
ger train servic on th Atlanta A uhanotte Air
Line Mvision of this road will be as follows:
Mall and !
Leavo Char'otte. M '12.4(1 a m
Arrive Gkstonia, L i l .35 a m
Arrive Spartan bin g. K 1 4.04 a m
11.05 a m
12.02 p m
2 35 p m
4.09 p m
5.54 p m
7 05 p m
8.00 p m
8.43 p m
9.15 p m
12.05 a m
5.32 a m
Arrive Seneca. G
Arrive Toecoa. K
Arr.ve Rabun Gap Junction,.
Airive Lula, E
7.15 a m
8.28 a m
W.32 a m
10.51 a in
Airive Gamesvil e,
Arrive Lula, K
Arrive habun Gap Junction,
Arrive Toccoa. K
Arrive Seneca. G
Arrive Greenville. H
Arr ve Spartanburg, K.
Arrive Gastonia, L
Arrive Charlotte. M
2.15 p m
4 54 m
6 22 p m
5.00 a m
7 41 a m
8.32 a m
7.(o p m 10 07 a m
8.24 p m il. 21 a m
10 08 p m! 1.27 pm
11.40 p m 2.59 p m
2. 06 a ml 5 11 pm
A with arriving trains cf Georgia Central ad A,
W. P Railroads.
B with arriving trains of Georgia Central, A. &
W. P and W. & A. Railroads.
C with arriving trains of Georgia Railroad
E with Northeastern Railroad of Georgia to and
from Athens, Ga.
F with Elberton Air-Line to and from Elberton,
G with Columbia and Greenville to and from
Columbia and Charleston, S. C.
H with Columbia and Greenville to and from
Columbia and Charleston. 8. C.
K with Spartanburg and Asheville, and Spartan
burg. Union and Columbia to and from Henderson
and Asheville, and Alston and Columbia.
L with Chester and Lenoir Narrow Gauge to and
from Dallas anj Chester.
M with C, C. & A., C. C, R. & D. and A., T. & O.
for atl points West. North and East.
Pullman sleeping-car service on trains Nos. 50
and 51 daily, without change between Atlanta and
New iwik. A. POPE,
G neral Passenger and picket Agn,,
T. M. R. Talcott, -t '
I. Y. SAGE, Superintendent.
C, C. & A. R. R. CO.
In Effect Sunday, March 12th, 1882
Arrive Rock BUI,...
An ive Chester
Arrive Lexingtou,.. .
Arrive Rfdge Spring,
Arrive Graniteville, .
;i.30 a rf
12.35 p ni
1.28 p m!
2.50 p m
4.18 p m
4.25 p ni
5. 1 2 p m
H 25 p m
7.40 p m
5.45 a m
7.55 a m
8.40 p ml
9 52 a
540 p m
7.32 p in
11.17 5 w
2 40 a m
8 40 a m
5 47 a m
7 54 a m
Leaje Cbarloite, . . .'
Arrive Rock Hill,..
Arrive Chester. ,
Arrive Columbia, . . .
Arrive Lexington,. .
Airive Ridge Spring
5.40 a m
8.03 a n,
9.50 a ru
5.05 p m
Train No. 52, Daily Connects at Columbia with
the 8. C. R. R, for Charleston, and with the C. 4
G. R. R. for Alston, Newberry. Abbeville, &c At
Augusta with Central Georgia R. R for Macon,
Savannah and Florida points.
Train No. 48, Dally-Conbepts at Ai-usia wtib,
the 'Georgia K. R. and Central Georg - R. R, for
Mcon. Atlanta. Savannah and Florida points.
Trains Nos. 18 and 20, local, daily except Sun
Trains from the South airlv at C harlotte, pas.
senger. dally, at 5 35 p. m. Freight, daily exoept
Sunday, at 8.42 a. m. and 4 45 p. m.
ATLANTIC, TENNESSEE & OHIO DIVISION.
Train No. 58, Dally,
Leave Charlotte 6 CO p m
Arrive at statesvllle, 8.12 p m
Train No. 52, Dally,
Leave Statesvllle 7 00 a m
Arrive at Cparlojte Q.15 a ih
. i ii .
Ticket sold to all points South, Southeast and
Southwest, and baggage checked through.' No
lay-over allowed on local tickets. A. POPE,
T. M. B. Talcott, Gen'l Passenger Agent.
Columbia, a C, March 1st, 1882.
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED-
A LOT OF-
BOTH ATLA1STA AND lIIIM,
No One Can Undent II aie.
John I Mm.
We have just received and offer for
SHORT TIME ONLY
China Tea Setts,
Mossrose Decorat on. 56 pieces, Si 0.00, worth
EXTRA FINE TEA ETTS, gold, bird and (lower
decoration combined, 44 pieces. Si 2 50,
worth Si 8 00.
POR' ELIAN TEA SETTi, plain white, rerj nice,
44 pieces, $5.00.
PORCELAINE DINNER SETTS, lt7 pieces, for
815.00; decorated. 180 p ects, for $35.00.
BRONZE LAMPS of a superior qual.ty, complete
with shades, at 81 00, worth 2 CO.
All Other Goods in Proportion.
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